DOHA, Qatar, March 23, 2018 – Alec Yoder of Indianapolis/Ohio State University, won the pommel horse bronze medal today at the Doha (Qatar) World Cup. Held at the Aspire Academy Dome, the event is part of the International Gymnastics Federation’s individual event World Cup series. Competition continues tomorrow with the final day of event finals, beginning at 9 a.m. ET.

Fans in the U.S. can watch the action live online at The Doha World Cup streaming schedule is listed below.

  • March 24, 9 a.m. ET – Event Finals (Day 2)
    • Kimble, parallel bars, high bar
    • Yoder, high bar

The Olympic Channel will also carry same-day delayed coverage of the event on March 23 and 24 at 5 p.m. ET.

In the pommel horse final, Yoder clinched the bronze medal with his score of 14.700. China’s Jingyuan Zou topped the podium with a 15.100, and Kai Lee from Taipei earned a 14.800 to take home the silver.

Ukraine’s Igor Radivilov was the still rings champion at 15.266. Ibrahim Colak of Turkey earned the silver medal with his 15.000, while Zou took home the bronze (14.966). USA’s Marvin Kimble of Milwaukee/Salto Gymnastics, posted a 13.966 and finished eighth in the final.

Dmitrii Lankin of Russia tallied a 14.733 to claim the floor exercise title. Carlos Edriel Yulo of the Philippines finished second (14.800), followed by Japan’s Ryohei Kato in third at 14.200.